... see you again, Gwen. You've grown so much.” Gwen laughed and stepped back and looked at him. Gwen smiled and let her eyes rove up and down his body, causing him to redden. Gwen smiled and laughed. “I see you have grown too.” Ben blushed slightly and Gwen laughed again. “Come on in, Ben.”
Gwen lead the way into the house, and Ben followed. As Gwen went off to talk to Ben's parents, the young man went and sat down on the couch wondering over the changes in Gwen. As the day wore on, more and more people began to arrive, old friends and distant relatives, many of whom didn't even remember or like. Finally several hours later Ben was getting a drink in the kitchen when Gwen walked by, and as she passed Ben heard her mutter quietly. “My room, five minutes.” And then she was gone. Ben froze for a moment, stunned, before he grinned and downed his drink.
A few minutes later he slipped up stairs unnoticed and crept down the hall. A door opened to his left and Ben darted in. He turned to see Gwen shut and lock the door. She turned around and smiled slightly. “Sorry Ben. I've been dying to talk to you all day, but I wanted to wait until enough people were here so that we wouldn't be missed.” Gwen walked over to her bed and sat down. She looked up at him and asked. “How have you been.”
Ben leaned against the wall and sighed. H...